1. Maximus Mega Slab by RAK Ceramics
The design possibilities are endless. We have created a world where big is beautiful, with visually expanded spaces, fewer design interruptions and endless possibilities. Imagine a tiled space with virtually no grout lines. Imagine a kitchen surface made from a single piece of porcelain. Imagine limitless possibilities and unparalleled flexibility. With total flexibility to suit every need, unleash your imagination and harness the power of Maximus.
Maximus Mega Slab is available in four gigantic sizes: 135x305cm, 120x240cm, 120x120cm and 29x240cm; and three thicknesses: 6mm, 12.5mm and 14.5mm
For more information visit www.rakceramics.com
2. Trillium by Cosentino
Building on Cosentino’s long-standing commitment to sustainability, Trillium is the first recycled colour within the Dekton line. This newest addition maintains the key features of the material but also represents important eco-friendly values. Inspired by the industrialised look of oxidised steel, Trillium is composed of a mix of volcanic shades of grey, brown and deep black to create a rusted effect that is unexpectedly smooth to the touch. Its light to dark contrast forms a somewhat metallic effect that gives the surface an edgy look perfect for trendy projects.
www.cosentino.com or www.dekton.com
3. Edustep by LG Hausys
LG Hausys has launched new flooring products called Edustep for educational facilities. Edustep is developed to ensure safety within the educational facility and is available in various colours and patterns. LG Hausys’ design center has more than 100 designers, as well as from regular collaborations with world famous designers such as the recent ones with Marcel Wanders and Karim Rashid.
4. Oriental Range by Jotun
Showcasing an Arabian-inspired palette with a contemporary twist, Jotun, the region’s leading paint manufacturer, recently launched a brand new trio palette especially for the region, titled Oriental Collection. The new Oriental shades – Thahabi, Asmar and Babil – celebrate rich traditions reflecting warmth and timeless heritage.
This festive palette when interwoven with selected tones from Jotun’s Fenomastic My Home Rich Matt, perfectly defines the inspiring story of design. Combining Thahabi with a warm white (Egg White 1001) to brighten the gold finish, Asmar with a deep black (Carbon Black 9920) featuring bold and beautiful paint effects for an enhanced antique eye, and Babil with a smooth pale brown (Space 10678)– allows a contemporary selection ideal for those looking to make a statement in the adorned space.
5. Chain curtains by Kriska Décor
Kriska chain is a fully customisable material, suitable for various applications, including wall covering, room dividers (pictured is Roberto’s restaurant in Dubai, designed by Draw Link Group) or shop windows. Kriska’s chain is a very light, versatile material compared to other construction and decorative materials and can be adapted to any design trend.